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[REBOL] Re: about the benchmarks

From: m:koopmans2:chello:nl at: 10-Oct-2001 21:30

First of all, you can have any number of Rugby servers running. In your fastcgi script, you simply do a wait on tge fastcgi port. Upon receiving a request you pass the data to a Rugby server (the actual application). You use /deferred in Rugby to achive this. Now you return listening on the fastcgi port and periodically check if the result has already arrived. Two things can happen: - You get a new fastcgi request. You do the same, but now on the next Rugby server. Very simple load balancing but most of the time sufficient. - You get the result. You write it out on the corresponding fastcgi accepted port (that you saved in a block or so), close the port, and start listening again. So basically you use the fastcgi thing as a load balancer to the rugby servers. As you use non-blocking deferred Rugby calls you have very fast setup times (both on fastcgi and Rugby). This is the picture: ------------ webserver ------------ fastcgi -------------- Rugby Rugby Rugby HTH, Maarten